Continuing on from my interview with Photographer Jarrod Moore about covering this year’s Le Mans race, the next photographer to tell his story is friend and fellow Australian Photographer Andrew “Skippy” Hall.
The 24 hours of Le Mans is one of the biggest Motorsport Events held every year and for Motorsport photographers, it is the big one.
So how do you cover an event like Le Mans? , I reached out to three different photographer friends that covered this year’s event and asked them some questions about the experience.
Its that time of year when Motorsports season kicks off around Australia
There are events such as the Clipsal 500, The Australian Grand Prix and state Motorsport series all start to begin for the year.
For many Motorsport fans, photography is also a passion. So they want to look at capturing the best photos they can of the action.
Read more after the jump
Pikes Peak is an event I have wanted to photograph for years, I got close this year but it just didn’t happen.
So I asked him to write a guest blog post so you can read about what it is like to cover Pikes Peak, and to hear how the two wheel racers tackle the event.
You can see more of Jamey’s work by checking out his links and sites below.
Website – http://www.jameypricephoto.com/
Facebook Page – http://www.facebook.com/jameypricephoto
Follow him on Twitter – https://twitter.com/jameypricephoto
Now sit back and enjoy his story after the jump
Have seen this technique used a few times on Autoblog when they do their annual 100 top photos.
So it was time to find out how they did it, a quick google search and I found this program Andrea Mosaic
The image above is my first attempt, came out alright I think. More samples to come.